Amphitryon; Or, the Two Sosias. a Comedy

Amphitryon; Or, the Two Sosias. a Comedy

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1721 edition. Excerpt: ... melancholy vapour, sore has seiz'd Your brain, Amphitryon, and disturb'd your sense; i Or yesternight is notso long a time, But you might yet remember; and not force An honest blush into my glowing cheeks, For that which lawful Marriage makes no crime. Amp. I thank you for my melancholy vaj. our. Alc. "Tis but a just requital for my dream. th&dru. I sind my Master took too much of the creature turelast night, and now is angling for a quarrel, thatnd more may be expected from him to-night, when he has no assets. Asides In the mean time Amph. and Alcm. walk by themselves, and frown at each other as they meet. Amph. Youdarenotjustisieittomy face, AU. Not, what? Amph. That I return'd before this hour? Alt. You dare not, fore, deny you came last night, And staid till break of day? Amph. OImpudence!--Why, Sofia S-s. Nay, Iiaynothing; for all things here, may go by enchantment, as they did with me, for ought I know. Alc. Speak Fh&drai was he were? "Sh&dro. You know, Madam, lam but a ChamberMaid; and by my place, I am to forget all that was done over-night in love-matters, ---Unless my Master please to rub up my memory withanother Diamond. Amph. Now in the name of all the GoJs, Alcmtna, A little recollect your scatter'd thoughts; And weigh what you have laid. Ale. 1 weigh'd it well, Amphitryon, e'relfpoke: And shc, and liromia, all the Slaves, and Servants, Can witness they beheld you, when you came. If other proof were wanting, tell me how I came to know your Fight, your Victory, The death of Ptertlas, in single combat? And farther, from whose hands I had a Jewel; The spoils of him) ou flew. Amph. This is amazing! Have I already given you thole Diamonds, The present I re serv'd? Alc. 'Tis an odd questions You lee I wear'em;...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236640527
  • 9781236640529